Bernard T. King received the College of Law Honors Medal from Syracuse University’s College of Law. Please click here to read about Mr. King’s extensive legal experience and this well-deserved award.
Dan Brice will be speaking at the International Foundation Annual Conference in San Diego on October 21. Dan will be presenting on Mental Health Parity. The presentation will address the rules, parity audits, enforcement war stories and what the U.S. DOL is looking for, as well as corrective measures and compliance steps.
Ginger LaChapelle will be presenting at the ABA’s ERISA Basics National Institute in Chicago, Illinois October 15-17. This seminar is open to any individual who works with tax-qualified plans, including plan trustees and administrators. ABA membership is not required for attendance. Ginger’s presentation will focus on the minimum standards under ERISA and the Internal Revenue […]
Supreme Court holds that public sector unions will no longer be able to collect agency fees from non-members without a clearly executed agency fee check-off form. Please read our Client Alert for more information.
Blitman & King has issued their Spring/Summer 2018 Benefits Update. To read more, view the newsletter here.
Blitman & King LLP has elected Ginger B. LaChapelle and Daniel R. Brice as co-chairs of the Firm’s Employee Benefits Law Practice Group. The announcement is available here.
Blitman & King LLP has elected Timothy R. Bauman and Nathaniel G. Lambright as managing partners. View the announcement here.
Blitman & King LLP will host its 24th Annual ERISA and Employee Benefits Seminar on Monday, June 18, 2018 at Drumlin’s Country Club. For more information, please email email@example.com, or to view the Save the Date, please click here.
Blitman & King LLP will hold its 28th Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar at the Turning Stone Casino, in Verona, New York on March 19, 2018. For more information, please view our invitation here.
The election of President Trump and the appointment of future members to the National Labor Relations Board has the ability to shape the country’s labor law. In the article, available here, Bryan T. Arnault, Esq., offers this thoughts on prudent labor policy and the direction of the Board.